British Columbia Tightens Child Labour Laws

2 May 2019
Research Innovation

The Canadian province of British Columbia introduced changes to its child labour laws that will raise the working age from 12 to 16. The proposed changes will bring British Columbia into compliance with international standards. Read more about the updated to the Employment Standards Act here. Learn more about Canada’s anti-slavery efforts here.

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